LONDON — Chase Daniel’s production in relief of Mitch Trubisky against the Vikings last week was impressive. But the way he did it — with command, poise and confidence — was almost disconcerting.
If Daniels can look that much like a quarterback in Matt Nagy’s offense, why can’t Trubisky?
Truth be told, there have been times when Trubisky has looked that good in Nagy’s offense. But not that often. And not this year — except for the last-ditch 25-yard pass to Allen Robinson that set up Eddy Piñeiro’s winning field goal against the Broncos in Week 2.